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Jellyfish Lake - Ongeim’l Tketau

To preserve the delicate eco system of the lake and the diminishing (non stinging) golden jellyfish and moon jellyfish there is only snorkeling allowed here. Very interesting ecosystem with non-stinging jelly fish that follow the sun around in the lake.

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German Channel

One of the Top three places to visit in Palau and THE spot to dive with manta rays here. German Channel is an artificial channel created in 1908 by German Colonial Rulers. Mantas now use this shortcut into the lagoon.

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Blue Corner Palau

Blue Corner is considered the number 1 of Palau dive sites. Often strong currents, so a Reef hook is strongly recommended. Incredible fish and coral life. Best visibility on outgoing current. Adrenaline rush guaranteed!

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Magic Kingdom

Magic Kingdom is one of the richest environments along the southern walls. the topography is unique with a plateau of coral blommies to an infinite hard coral sloping wall. Rock overhangs and crevices harbor resting turtles, nice macro subjects and reef fish being cleaned.

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Yap Caverns

The southern most tip of the island offers divers the most diversity of life and interesting topography where divers swim through the reef with life big and small. Yap Caverns amphitheater is one of Yap’s best environments for macro subjects at every depth.

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Cabbage Patch - Micronesia

Cabbage Patch is named after a bank of brilliant yellow lettuce coral set in a sloping wall along the southern reef. divers can expect clear water, a variety of hard coral, schools of fish, sightings of eagle rays hanging in the current, reef sharks, anemones and macro life.

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Eagle’s Nest - Micronesia

This site is named for several rock and coral pinnacles that are cleaning stations for eagle rays. Eagles Nest is a drift dive that needs current to see it all. summertime is the season for drifting the southern Pacific reef.

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Stop Sign

South side of the island where the currents bring in the pelagics. Sloping coral from about 20ft/7m to several hundred feet/m. Plate, table, boulder, and finger corals everywhere.

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Slow and Easy

Short boat ride from the dock. Although mostly used as a training site, this site has patches of large coral with a wide array of marine life. Can drop off into the main channel.

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Vertigo

Vertigo is home to our school of grey and black tip reef sharks. Located in the Philippine Sea off of the West coast of the island south of M’il Channel, a 25 to 35 minute boat ride. One of the best shark dives in the world.

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